EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Review: Christeene: Trigger (Soho Theatre)
Paul Soileau's Christeene is a dark, provocative drag act
Edinburgh review: The Toad Knew (King's Theatre)
A spectacularly ebullient piece from Swiss theatre-maker James Thiérrée at the Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh review: Angel (Gilded Balloon)
A remarkable one-woman show about a legendary Kurdish woman sniper at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: House/Amongst the Reeds (Assembly George Square)/One Hundred Homes (Summerhall)
Thought-provoking shows from Clean Break and Yinka Kuitenbrouwer at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: (I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow (Summerhall)
Audience members are taken by the hand and sung the Judy Garland classic for an hour in this beautiful piece
Edinburgh review: Blow Off (Traverse Theatre)
This piece about a woman about to commit a suicide bombing leaves you 'wondering when we were going to get to the good part'
Edinburgh review: How To Win Against History (Assembly George Square)
A deliriously entertaining biographical musical about Henry Cyril Paget, the 5th Marquis of Anglesey
Edinburgh review: Lucy, Lucy and Lucy Barfield (Pleasance Courtyard)
A gem of a piece from Edinburgh about the real-life Lucy who inspired the little girl in CS Lewis' Narnia books
Edinburgh review: Torch (Underbelly)
There's a flaming performance at the heart of this new play from Phoebe Eclair-Powell
Edinburgh review: Anything that Gives Off Light (Edinburgh International Conference Centre)
Rachel Chavkin and The TEAM's new show struggles to live up to its potential